A recent released Gallup poll shows that 77% want to be their own boss.
In the six years since that first garage tinkering, Lasher has built Lasher Sport, crafting custom wheelchairs and handcycles that can roll on sandy beaches, ski on snowy mountaintops and careen terrifyingly fast down the slopes of the Swiss Alps.
Brown spent his lunch hour the day after the party shopping for small plastic kazoo-like toys.
So far, Stikii Shoes — the name refers to colorful patches and emblems that children can stick on the shoes — is in its infancy.
Mad Scientists features amateur inventors, weekend scientists and eccentric engineers who make outrageous “toys” out of everyday products, according to a news release.
When the New South China Mall opened to great fanfare in 2006, it immediately became the world’s largest shopping centre by floor space, knocking the West Edmonton Mall into second place.
At press time, about 60 percent of The United Inventors Association of America members were 50 or older, estimates executive director Mark Reyland, and overall membership had grown 243 percent in a little over a year.
Krump said the game is similar to tennis but played on a smaller court.
A budding entrepreneur with a knack for thinking outside the box is looking to change the world – one business opportunity at a time.
“Sewing was my hobby,” Michelle says.